Apple has launched its RAW photo format called ProRAW with iOS 14.3 for iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max. The new format brings the traditional advantages of shooting RAW yet in addition incorporates Apple’s iPhone image processing. Track with for why and how to use ProRAW on iPhone 12 Pro.
Apple’s ProRAW on iPhone 12 uses the universal DNG file format. In case you’re not effectively aware, file sizes for RAW or for this situation ProRAW pictures are a lot bigger than HEIF/JPG packed pictures. Apple says that most ProRAW pictures shot on iPhone 12 Pro will be about 25MB (generally 10x bigger than HEIF/JPG) yet they can go up to 40MB.
The enormous advantage with ProRAW is you’re shooting an uncompressed picture and getting however much data from the sensor to the saved photograph as could be expected. That implies you have much greater adaptability with regards to editing. Part of that is 12-bit color support (contrasted with 8-bit) which doesn’t seem like a major difference however is really a jump from 256 RGB shades to a huge 4,096. In any case, alongside all that, you’re actually getting Apple’s amazing computational photo processing.
The incredible part is you can use ProRAW with any of the iPhone 12 Pro/Pro Max cameras as well as using it with Smart HDR, Deep Fusion, and Night mode. Furthermore, you can shoot/edit ProRAW images in Apple’s Camera/Photos application as well as third-party applications like Halide.